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Indonesia IDR 6,480,000
Thailand THB 20,391
Vietnam VND 11,290,000

Sennheiser RS 220 Expert Reviews

knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-08
The market for earphones, headphones, earbuds and wireless headsets is HUGE. There are literally thousands of options out there, but not all headphones are created equally –– and some are just expensive exercises in branding. Having said that there are A ...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-26
The market for earphones, headphones, earbuds and wireless headsets is HUGE. There are literally thousands of options out there, but not all headphones are created equally –– and some are just expensive exercises in branding. Having said that there are A ...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-02
Lossless audio offers fantastic sound quality. Cushiony ear pads make for comfy longterm wearPatchy wireless range kills the awesome sound buzz fast. Plastic shell and vinyl pads seem a bit chintzy for the price. And, ouch, that price
Wireless headphones have come a long way over the last few years, and Sennheiser was one of the first companies to introduce a set of high-quality cans for those of us who like listen and move beyond the tether range of a headphone cable. Sennheiser's mar...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-09-13
The Sennheiser RS 220 is a large, full-size headphone that uses advanced DSSS lossless wireless technology for exceptional sound qualityThe RS 220's shiny black plastic construction doesn't jive with its lofty price tag and the digital connection doesn't work with Dolby or DTS audio signals
The Sennheiser RS 220 ($599) was conceived as a design statement and uses the same driver elements as the reference grade Sennheiser 600 series of wired headphones. Their plastic construction doesn't feel worthy of the price tag, but the material still fe...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-12
The Sennheiser RS 220 is a large, full-size headphone that uses advanced DSSS lossless wireless technology for exceptional sound quality.The RS 220's shiny black plastic construction doesn't jive with its lofty price tag and the digital connection doesn't work with Dolby or DTS audio signals.
The Sennheiser RS 220 ($599) was conceived as a design statement and uses the same driver elements as the reference grade Sennheiser 600 series of wired headphones. Their plastic construction doesn't feel worthy of the price tag, but the material still...
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whathifi.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-11
Transmitter doubles as charging dock, digital and analogue inputs, clear soundStill not a match for wired options, occasional slight crackles
Listening through headphones can be untidy. Who among us hasn’t had our enjoyment interrupted by a pet, child or significant other getting tangled in the cables strung between system and sofa?There are plenty of wireless cans out there, of course, but ...
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techmagnifier.com
Reviewed on 2012-08-09
Transmitter features one analog audio input, Neutral headphones – should appeal to a wider demographic, Comfortable to wear, even for a long time period, Blocks out ambient noise quite well, Lots of input options, Rechargeable, integrated batteries, Provi...Limited range, It may be too big for some users, Quite expensive. Intended for home use only, Lesser battery life than previous models
The latest from Greman Audio firm, Sennheiser RS 220 is considered as one of the finest and best headphones available in the market. RS 220 is a Wireless Headphone made of premium grade materials and is best known for its exceptional wearing comfort. It h...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-06-28
Excellent sound quality, multiple audio inputs and outputsExpensive, not portable, earpieces leak sound
Many people like the convenience of using Bluetooth wireless headphones with their iPod or iPhone. However, Bluetooth does apply additional compression to your music, so it’s never been the first choice for audiophiles who want the best possible qualit...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-27
Excellent audio performance. Very strong wireless audio transmission with no compression. Comfortable. Versatile connectivity with most cables provided.Quite expensive. Intended for home use only
Ever since CES 2012, we've been excited to finally test the Sennheiser RS 220, a wireless headphone system intended for home use. No, this is not like a Bluetooth pair, designed to help you answer calls and listen to music without cables on-the-go. Instea...
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pcworld.co.nz
Reviewed on 2012-05-27
NameWireless headphones: Sennheiser RS 220At a glance:Brilliant audio quality,In-built rechargeable battery, charger in base station,Open design - not designed for noise-blocking or private listening,Disappointingly short range, nowhere near the advertise...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2012-05-22
Good sound quality, Neutral headphones � should appeal to a wider demographic, Comfortable to wear, even for a long innings, Blocks out ambient noise quite well, Lots of input optionsHDR 220 may be too big for some users, Limited range, Buttons on the headphone prone to getting pressed inadvertently
Sennheiser's RS 220 package is basically a combo of the HDR 220 headphones and the TR 220 dock. And it is one huge box they come in! Our experience with most wireless headphones till now has been a serious case of two halves - lots of potential with some ...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-12
Comfortable, Good sound quality, Rechargeable batteryVery expensive, Sound leak
Wireless headphones can look great on paper, but in reality can be pretty hit-and-miss, with high prices and ropey sound quality all in the name of banishing those pesky wires. Sennheiser is a respected brand in the headphone and speaker market, so we had...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2012-04-12
Comfortable, Good sound quality, Rechargeable batteryVery expensive, Sound leak
Wireless headphones can look great on paper, but in reality can be pretty hit-and-miss, with high prices and ropey sound quality all in the name of banishing those pesky wires.Sennheiser is a respected brand in the headphone and speaker market, so we had ...
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techdigest.tv
Reviewed on 2012-04-02
Price as reviewed: We've been burnt many times before by the promise of wireless headphones. Expensive, eating through batteries like Pac-Man gobbling little yellow pellets and generally sounding considerably worse than their wired cousins, there's of...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-29
Wide, open sound, Clever, versatile dock design, Very comfortableUncompressed wireless transmission, Lack excitement with some material, Lesser battery life than previous models
Wireless headphones like the Sennheiser RS 220 face several problems. Most are compromised on several fronts, tending to be more expensive, less reliable and sound worse than comparable wired sets. Sennheiser's new set bucks the trend, though, offering so...
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smarthouse.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-03-14
Virtually lossless unwired sound; stunning aesthetics; comfortable build;Wireless range has its limits; Track back/forth buttons would've been a nice addition;
You'd expect the wireless transmitter's styling to be dictated by science and engineering, but it's not. Its presence complements the headphones, stylishly propping them up when not in use as if they're on display at some museum.The transmitter feature...
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channelnews.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-03-14
Virtually lossless unwired sound; stunning aesthetics; comfortable build;Wireless range has its limits; Track back/forth buttons would've been a nice addition;
If there's lust in electronics, Sennheisers RS 220 inspire it. The headphones and wireless transmitter are both dressed in glossy black, with silver lining subtly accentuating certain traits. Even alone the headphones capture a lingering gaze with its vol...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-03-05
For us, the holy grail of headphones would have excellent sound quality, high comfort levels, and no burdensome wires. Sennheiser’s new RS 220 comes close to fulfilling these wishes, and despite (or perhaps because of) the wallet-busting £349 price tag...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-03-05
Excellent sound quality for wireless, Long battery life and easy recharge, Extremely comfortableHigh price tag, Minor background noise at high receiver volume, Heavier than wired models
The sound quality of the Sennheiser RS 220 setup is, in a word, excellent. The headphones themselves are eminently clear and detailed — there wasn’t a recording we listened to where we noticed any missing elements of music or vocals. The HDR 220 he...
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